Skyline closes agreement with TelevisaUnivision to provide monitoring and control of cloud services

Skyline closes agreement with TelevisaUnivision to provide monitoring and control of cloud services
Skyline closes agreement with TelevisaUnivision to provide monitoring and control of cloud services

Skyline Communications announced a new agreement with TelevisaUnivision to provide monitoring and control of services based on its new IP distribution system, designed to replace a conventional C-Band infrastructure.

Skyline’s DataMiner system monitors and controls cloud-based compression and encryption infrastructure, extensive third-party IP distribution (including SRT international distribution), automated IRD authorization according to program access rules, and monitoring of remote station decoders. DataMiner provides an unparalleled end-to-end view and secure control for each individual service, allowing operators to immediately assess and isolate system issues faster and more efficiently than ever before.

“In an era where digital content delivery is paramount, TelevisaUnivision recognizes the importance of leveraging advanced technologies to ensure smooth and efficient operations. Skyline’s DataMiner emerged as the ideal choice to meet our evolving needs, providing us with the critical insights we need to optimize our compression and distribution workflows, reduce costs and ensure exceptional viewer experiences,” said Bill Moran, VP of Distribution Technologies for TelevisaUnivision.

Roger Bijos, General Manager for the Americas at Skyline Communications, said: “We are delighted to join forces with TelevisaUnivision to help them unlock the full potential of their cloud-based video delivery infrastructure. DataMiner enables media companies to make data-driven decisions, optimize performance and deliver exceptional content experiences to their audiences. And it goes much further, because as a digital transformation platform it offers almost unlimited opportunities for operators to continuously evolve and innovate and leverage the full potential of increasingly virtualized technology ecosystems operating on the ground and in the cloud.”

He added: “DataMiner is one of the most strategic technologies for our users, as it allows them to transform data and controls into tangible value towards their objectives. This can include reducing costs, optimizing resource utilization, optimizing workflows or reinventing them, reducing carbon footprints, improving service quality, and much more,” he concluded.

 
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